There’s a gain control and a bass boost control with up to 18dB boost at 45Hz and a phase reversal switch allows easy integration with your main speakers while a cabled remote control can be placed anywhere for volume level adjustments.

Reviewer Stephen Dawson was duly impressed with the CVENC8-V4 and stated, “… with the drums, the power of the main part of the note was again delivered with control and an almost perceptible shockwave,
while the post-strike resonances pulsated effectively.” In this growing category of in-car subwooferage the Vibe Audio CVENC8-V8 is a shining example of clever design and high performance mixed with convenience in size and placement.

For more information on the awesome little unit, check out the Vibe Audio Australia website –

The Vibe CVENC8-V4 active subwoofer enclosure has taken out the ‘Best Subwoofer – Loaded Enclosure’ category at the recent 2016 InCar Sound Image Awards. SQ Group National Account Manager, Mark Flammia was on hand and very excited to receive the award, the result of much hard work and dedication by the whole Vibe team.

The feedback we have received since the release of the CVENC8-V4 Active Subwoofer has been nothing short of extraordinary, with positive reviews coming from consumers and retailers alike across the board. the SIA judging panel were also amongst the ever-growing fan base, with reviewer Stephen Dawson releasing the following glowing product review. 



We’ve rejigged this category to include all manner of subwoofers that are mounted in an enclosure, whether passive or active and after some deliberation the judging panel chose Vibe Audio’s CVENC8-V4 as the category winner.

This is a superbly-built active subwoofer in a metal enclosure which houses a high-power 8-inch woofer driver on its top panel under a tough steel grille. In order to get big output from an enclosure that can actually fit under a car seat though, Vibe Audio cunningly mounted two 170mm by 30mm rectangular passive radiators, one on each side of the enclosure.

The CVENC8-V4 is powered by an amplifier rated at 120 watts RMS and 240 watts ‘Peak’. You can wire the unit up with a line level signal from the head unitor with speaker level signal sso configuration options are convenient. Further adjustability is provided via a built-in low-pass filter control by which you set the upper frequencies you want the sub to handle (between 50Hz and 150Hz). A built-in filter then eliminates frequencies below 20Hz

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